17 Burst results for "Egal"
"egal" Discussed on The Sports Reporters
"Offense and defense that's the different that's when the warriors were able to switch and go back to being that versatile defensive team obviously they don't have egal's so they can't do it as much but that that was a big difference and that's why you sit in get the same amount of look so the quality of books is because the defensive focused not just effort but the focus and the precision from golden state was back not only i'm gonna i'm gonna ask you something because i asked it to you a couple of shows ago about the difference or the similarities between kevin durant and and lebron james if you know who can who can make things happen you know on their own if you want got one shot to make to win a game and what i saw from lebron james in his series was consistent night after night after night excellence rising to the top and saying i got to carry my team i don't know what happened to kevin durant after game two up till the second half of last night and let's face it the cameras caught it and i know drew name on and i guarantee you he was screaming at kevin durant in halftime like what the hell are you he did it out on the court you could see at a couple of times go what what's what's up with you you know move make a pass with he played no defense he didn't box out a single person you could every single time you saw houston making impressive shot kevin durant was lagging on defense in the first half he couldn't shoot he couldn't make a free throw so what happened to him from game to until the second half of last night why think it's the first time mitch that he had adversity with golden state it's the first time in his in his in his tenure with the warriors were kevin durant the pressure was on him it was on him to put up big numbers or to get big clutch baskets it was on him to be the best player on the floor and what i've said in i said it on this podcast last week was that he has an fully embraced that this is his team role and you know what that.
"egal" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Free american silver egal call toll free eight hundred seventy nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine thousand the pentagon enters its second week opposing the fight against isis in syria as the us allied kurdish syrian democratic forces had to send us seventeenhundred member action to the northern city of operation where turkey has invaded a kurdish town and is now responsible for many kurdish civilian turkey cross its border and his theory on january 20th to invade the kurdishheld territory of offering in syria where hundreds of civilians and children had been killed turkey called the military invasion operation olivebranch but it's been a purposeful attempt to drive out an overtake a syrian kurdish city it's been protected by the kurdish military force the people's protection unit or why pg whom turkey claims to be a terrorist organization nonation a regional body has depth the white bg a terrorist organization but turkey has been known to crack down against the us allied kurds and along with iran opposes an independent kurdish state kurds are the largest ethnic minority in the world without a nation and their people have resided for centuries in what is now day turkey syria iraq and iran another kurdish military group backed by the peshmerga kurdish force as a syrian democratic forces who left their post fighting isis to go and help their counterpart white pg forces in off friend and fellow kurds against the onslaught of the turkish army the move of these kurdish military factions to protect one another shows the uniting between kurds from all countries in light of turkey any round regime crackdowns following the iraqi kurdish independence vote in september of 2017 i'm jennifer britain and teachers had back to work tomorrow in west virginia after striking for nearly two weeks.
"egal" Discussed on WDRC
"Hasn't been to the point where it's disrupted my life i still get up in the morning i still go the why and work out you know i still have coffee with my my buddies uh you know go to work go home at night uh i've still active with the the scalps uh that i have been for years gouge voice coutts good for have been planning a a triplets young men down to florida here may uh you know from our local council um some and i'm still involved in that regard which is what i like to do i was a boy scout one is ghettos cubs got the we've lausanne and as an adult untried when they call me up and say will you come in embassies of a guy to do it did you make it all week i didn't make it to egal now we've moved an awful lot and i can blame it on that but some of it is just i i do i put my efforts in other directions but let me ask you this off before we came on i said you what do you think is going to be the reaction of public at boys if they're given this cup of jokes and and i can't make that prediction i just don't know uh i think there will be a number of them that will will opt out or choose not to pay the fee anymore uh certainly the people that that like the union and think there providing a good service uh i think they will stay in the union and and here's the way i look at it if if unions are doing such a great job and they're they are moving forward in the right direction why did they have to mandate fees from people like myself shouldn't they offer a product that makes me want to join and want to become a member i with i've always made the case is gents i've been a radio long time but i've always told people ill w union members at your attack of unions and i said no i think if if people get the choice the union will have to work perhaps doubly hard to show its members the value for their dollars and if they do that successfully like any successful business and they'll get all the union members they walk willing the analogy that i.
"egal" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Egal directors strokes out at podcast the eagles rights long as flat egos now what is he says fliegel swine right but that's not at one know they made up there i robin fly by the way i think the song you were singing that song rock smelt now this let's talk to him bulls god yeah when i was a kid of those over to that yeah what role iran plight of batman oh i gotcha okay not bad at all sean connery singing the eagle's bites on air go whoa on two dog score down the one two here it on law home and watch gyari goal the law goals although goal told door a g l e s eagles murray tom brady's up pushy ricoh and camille guys that were flying away from long island new york oh fuck warrior long guy awang island to island when camille asked me what i played to do my first night in town rico says i say be going to see kevin smith and ralph garmin to alive podcast to which he replied i loved kevin smith mm now get a lot of that actually so i bought an extra ticket for her i was wondering cab wouldn't mind letting or come up on stage and take a picture because a photo with easy less celebs eela celebrity would boost her career as a model traveler so wait erotic picture with mayor ralph you the you know who i am euro ziege rates near on the list joe let's do the mona by come on up.
"egal" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Egal safety malcolm jenkins a star player and he supports capper nick he's taken a knee himself so he's giving these two super bowl tickets to campus songs twer new at the age of fifteen murdered a fellow drug dealer while they're working for this deadly jamaican drug gang in philadelphia knifed them to death did thirty years he was sentenced to life and um he has met with malcolm before he was released as now there's going to prisons to talk to prisoners he's been talking to police he's been talking to people who were you know community activists and uh he's actually trying to educate himself in the real world as well as reading and going to lectures and seminars on both sides figuring while you know what he cares about this people are listening to him and he has the money to back up whatever he wants to do plus he has the ability to raise money as well in fact i think he was one of the those were influential in that getting noise largely nfl for this and i think the nfl's is trying to buy their way out of this um and it was just the oath rome what wall because it is easier to throw money if people we're going to do something them to actually do something so a songs there has been in jail for thirty years and um he says that he's a changed man there are those who've known him for after thirty years in jail saying the issues unchanged man and his narrative politically is very appealing to the left now i'm not saying of the guys phony or whatever i know we had a guy on the phone who has worked in the corrections field and he was a teacher and he taught people who were in impressions and jails things like that and that he said you know they'll say anything they'll do say anything they wanna get out of doing say anything okay well maybe so we got to see what happens once he's out because you know above and beyond the super bowl tickets which is really what's angering so many people is that they would you know jenkins would give to super bowl tickets to this murderer as opposed to some kid maybe some kidding the projects who's trying to.
"egal" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Egal immigration and increases to deportations dozen past the laugh test it would be far cheaper to erect a fifty foot concrete statue of a middle finger and pointed towards latin america because both a wall and the statue would be equally offensive an equally ineffective and both would express trump's deeply held suspicion of latinos the new york times reports president trump tried to fire special counsel robert muller last june but backed off when the white house counsel threatened to quit rather than go ahead with it corresponding kaitlan collins is there could have been serious consequences not only is don mcgann been around since back during the campaign he was also round for all of the scrutiny that is surrounding the president everything muller is looking at including the firing of fbi director james comey don mcgann has played a key role in all of that advising the president finished huge part of this investigation the special counsel's investigation so he had turned around and fired the special council the ramifications but of that for that would have been just i can't even overstate how crazy that would have been the us supreme court issued the temporary stay of execution in the case of alabama in made vernon madison ahead of tonight's scheduled execution his lawyers say his dementia prevents him from remembering the murder of a police officer he was convicted of committing decades ago in a statement released today facebook told us lawmakers russian agents created a hundred in twenty nine events on the social media network during the 2016 us election campaign more than sixty two thousand mark they would attend the events post it i'm barbara kusak when the moon crosses the path of the sun and at lines of just right there's a once in a lifetime moment an eclipse and time seems to stand still and the world looked just a little different just like the time you.
"egal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"There death and they don't have to worry that the crew that the trucks you give me at rob early right but you can't you can but you can't really do was show about chicago and in particular in egal would inglewood has its own rhythm its own beat of the city it's a lingo look yes if you're gonna she was show about the inglewood area of chicago you've got a shoot in inglewood if you've gotta get actors that look like they would live and breathe and work there well now that there is something to that here because there is a stereotypical approach to sometimes covering india had like englewood that you see a lot there are a lot of chicago base drama and then we also need there's a artistic license there what here there's an attention from a black woman who writes set yes and and is engaged in this nation she knows this neighborhoods and she writes it and she said this is a commitment to being rail and it kind of overcoming the thing she scene and other shows about chicago she didn't like i mean i think no one i mean listen you had what coolly high back in the day you've had some other movies that did really show what in chicago is whatever that means will you specifically dealing with the south side are still fifty different southside like i grew up in hyde park my my black chicago is the links could chilean and jack ngo parties okay um i'm i'm i come from working class parents that both a whit to college on were middle class but across the street from me where inglewood is you know um there are things that were going on there that i wasn't a silly privy to but everyone's story deserves to be heard and i feel like if they're going to do an inglewood story they have to do it just as they have to you know be respectful and i think that okay so did that to me is one of the more intriguing parts of this because it's also very easy i think for hollywood to come to chicago and try to do a story written large about crime in use very a hollywood ask cliche cliche characters in to tell that story and a.
"egal" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And am seven seventy news radio kkob president trump allowed cameras to watch and immigration debate yesterday that alone created a lot of talk and then late last night a judge decided that the daca debate really did need fixing he just ordered trump to continue protecting the dreamers and the president cell like a guy mel somewhat giving in do you hear something different good afternoon everybody welcome to the stick show on news radio kkob on your host got stigma we've got brandon vote along so yeah we're gonna they'll six thirty tonight global basketball for you at six thirty a live at the pit so uh we'll turn it over robert portnoy 100 dream out of the pit at six thirty tonight until then we're gonna talk about this specific issue daca vote wall and president trump's negotiating it's all coming up when we continue on the stage show on news radio kkob 40 seven right now from the northeast heights and south valley from the west side in east mountains you had him hospitals and clinics and you'd have comprehensive cancer center here for you he had him hell system measuring success by the improvement now for those we serve that would you it's up we still have that problem on eastbound i forty this report sponsored by page publishing it's a semi truck tractor rig about that's on fire and it's a looks like it about biomarker one eighteen near macete that your backup looks like it's about three and a half miles right now so expect big delays there southbound kors bypass from where it begins at the top of the hill down to egal ranch you reduced under one right lane so expect some real slow moving traffic through there the freeways here in albuquerque looking pretty good no reports of any major problems have you written a book learn.
"egal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Egal on defense at his eighth year hers ram on the left side is going to get help from darby number forty you see many owners will work against marchand lynch like darby tuesday there the data three man demand situation amaury cooper back in action at the bottom of this green good time to see how healthy he is if you dare come at a very disappointing year one of the reasons why they are six today his numbers way off were they've been his first couple of years broccoli passed by car intended for sale the roberts said incomplete sargis misdemeanors i obviously upset with robbers but roberts was wide open they got a great release at separation on the left side of his drink car has great protection abc's expecting roberts the come across the field at quite sure but i'm sure there's gonna be a conversation on the sidelines ludi laghi stepped into the row mark king the putter one of the best in the league averaging forty eight yards per point six in the nfl that is back on this one does a good a very good filed a little soft yet just outside the twenty yard line forty four yards diebels bagdanov leading seven nothing oh i very despite the snow man you got there there was quite the sale i say big you saved huge in my lights up two.
"egal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It was fatiguing is ike 1950s technology frame it just was not great not a big fan of at least the old supporters and i just remember and i'm never experienced right especially on highways and i'm on the sports to her on route ten as it goes by between joshua tree in palm springs huge trucks going it is ten miles an hour faster than anywhere else huge trucks gone by and i'm on this sports twer i was scared to death i just was going to go one accident scared to death and what made it really really horrible was all sudden grooved pavement so it's wobbling wobble woah woah woah woah and right beside the wheels of a giant truck i was it was actually kind of rubber meets the road time uh man sudden like it took it back to egal rider and said what else gay gut and so i took a heritage which was way too big i an you know it takes a certain skilled via the you really ought to be balanced when he came up to a stoplight with something like that because it's so heavy your cami humping competent around you can't muscle and up you have to balance it i was not used to it i just i did take it into the joshua tree monument which i don't think the president has taken away yet and it was great because this zero traffic he was like january and at the bottom lower the elevation was warming at the top it was cold but zero traffic paved road but no traffic into desert beautiful desert ride to your face fell right off it was great and then into palm springs around those those uh wind mel firearms agi just really road my until i didn't want to ride anymore was cool it's very different thing is you as you know when you start out ride and see pull up to the hotel montana carbon in a motorcycle very different thing and it i guess that's pretty much it houses automate legal i love it a lot and i'm very fortunate that nothing happened and finally the with one hundred nine hundred i crashed it and was lucky to walk away in a i said you know i'm.
"egal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Be very conservative and capitalist in oregon pation that's how they got voted in and so there's been a lot of talk in india about how we want to shift our space program to private at the price and capitalism well uh last week uh the indian government released a new propose space wall you know a lot of com governments and countries in the world have been what we see space lowest in an effort to try to allow for private enterprise under those restrictions of the outer space treaty well in mayors law that's proposed it's open for comment for the next month i have a link so you can actually read it and i was absolutely astonished by if oppressiveness and hostility private enterprise one caller i think uh sums it up quite well let me quote any form of intellectual property rights developed generated all created a bought a space object it outer space that includes all satellites um shall be deemed to be uh property the central government in other words if you have an idea and you want to launch into space in your and india citizen of india they can all that will walk well um it also says that anyone who wants to launch a space rock has to get a license from the government and gives the government's power to control that licensing oil aspects including the crowd cancelled correctly anyways so basically the government here wants to run everything and as one of my comment is readers on my website dick egal said it was really uh gets right to the heart of this the professional bureaucrats that india sometimes known as the.
"egal" Discussed on The Big 98
"But that's going to get flak for this we go goes his song and he gave it to her and did sanger whether here in orlando from hbo such producer do rosario deir ez give this this tv that's the third barrett that as if he wrote it any things on egal's every we're gonna give malaysia no one they get mad i met they have theirs ours things in line a matter over this list number two tom petty's are this is the easy that that's the number one greg any guesses oh yeah i'll bowl back that's a good one did make the list refugee did make the let me ahead is you won't you all know it if only cover role installed is who's the thought that it has has this guy that you belong longdue wow wow flour among the song so guys while flour later tom heading in law our breakers that is why i don't know for this up bobby bones on those my favorite tom petty songs have birthday tom thumbs some amc girl mm and good is thursday well now old sixty vijay singh june before let's see.
"egal" Discussed on Harmontown
"When people how do you explain to your family's jews your family like kind of buster balls greatly legally when you look you like they're like so go out what it will what are you do and you're like i'm a row as it hard to say i'm a rapper sometimes they support me generally i mean we're all a little weird i guess my dad is a piano technician and my sister is she she like builds mug synthesizers and she's studying for that so they really support me in my when i decided i was going to take the music route because i've been working in film all this time and that was like also little weird for some of the people who i grew up with things like oh it's like a creative field you're never going to make it an film but you know here we are so we of another mitchell front open mic egal who is on the show a couple of months ago two that's why we discovered over over dinner but but but so i just wanted to drops at did you respect be is an interviewer hell yeah i know open my only do i will close this mike attorney to into a falcon sorta abdic now the he's fine why do i my shooting on him all right so how did you get involved i how did you get involved in rap how how did you get interested in it what drew you to it easier primary interest was films take is to the threshold and your bio pic where you're like i'm i'm a rap i've always written poetry since as a little kid and then i started to go through this phase like in twenty ten 2011 we're like get mad at work i would just be like oh yeah i'm a bright upon.
"egal" Discussed on AP News
"At me back scott conver a location near you lease shot and killed a tiger running loose on a georgia highway and nobody is quite sure yet where it came from the billioneuro finegan's chipmaker intel has been sent back by the eu's top court for further lee egal examination now the case could be in limbo for months if not years the eu lobbied the record fine against intel in two thousand nine saying the world's biggest chipmaker used illegal sales tactic to shoot out smaller rival amd the eu said in broke his competition law by exploiting its position to keep amdy out of the mall kid because it did that the eu says choices we limited for millions of european consumers for eight years in tell his claim that eu regulates has made serious mistakes in living the record fine for monopoly abuse and have called the fine manifestly disproportionate european court of justice sent the case back to the low a general court so it can examine more arguments from intel australia's highest courts cleared the way for the government to conduct a public survey and whether gay marriage should be legalised attorney general george brandis since people now be surveyed audio critised the of the australian broadcasting corporation effect of the decision of the cold is that there now no legal impediment to that postal suva preceding and we'll strides having this i am this important social pushed gay rights advocates had argued in the high court that the government didn't have the power to conduct the postal survey without senate approval it will cost one hundred twenty two million australian dollars or ninety seven million us dollars opinion polls show most australians want samesex marriage legalized the many advocates question how representative of australian attitudes the postal survey would be they want parliament to decide the issue without consultation with the public the government's already begun printing the ballot papers which are to be mailed the voters nationwide starting next tuesday results are to be announced november 15th the lawmakers are not bound to accept the outcome for the ap i'm jennifer oneill with reddit take a.
"egal" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"egal" Discussed on KOMO
"By the nine zero decision that allows him to use an important tool to protect our nation's homeland white house press secretary sean spicer saying president trump is pleased with the supreme court's ruling which allows a limited version of his travel ban to go into effect were joined on komo news line by andrew seat egal associate professor of law at seattle university and some say level at the president would even be among them that this is a big victory for the trump administration but there are those who are saying hey wait a second not so fast because still a lot of travellers from the countries that are banned could enter the us under the courts directive now it genuinely a mixed bag it's a complicated an ambiguous ruling on the one hand it the accord did say that they thought that those without connections to the united states were unlikely to prevail on the merits three justices wanted to say that the um badly in its entirety was fine but very importantly the other leakers i left it in place and implied that they thought that there were some scranton significant strain to on the decisions below that it overturned about so it's going to be worked out on a case by his basis over the summer and were kind of in a waiting period or the courts to act in the fall andrew can you clarify something we heard sean spicer is say this was a 900 ruling in favor of the white house's position of president tweeted out to paraphrase that he was grateful for the 900 ruling and i've heard it actually was not and i know ruin what was it it was not an i know ruling in favor of the president it was 900 armed it be more point wanted narrow the injunction but on the crucial question of whether the ban will go into effect you oh it was actually a sixty three vote against the president uh sean spicer who in two the could leave because labeled it criteria about made a unanimous um but that doesn't that just means that there's no signed author to the court and six justices ruled against the president at least in terms of the preliminary injunction when it came to those with contract minutes there who loses uh noone yet losers definitively i mean i guess that a hoax without connect who three.
"egal" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast
"Egal had very broad shoulders for such a thin man the sleeves of his tropical uniform were rolled up past his elbows he brushed what few strands hair he had back across his shiny pate it was impossible to ignore his nose he looked like an enormous carryon bird and although i knew i could break him in pieces he terrified me he took a deep drag and exhaled through his ten knows would you be a weedy don't try to fuck with my head i protested crushing the mcdonald's sac i got up and stalked out of eagles office but that night when i went to bed i found the notepad and pencil on top of my footlocker to disprove egos theory that i was borderline psycho i began to write what i thought were mundane an ordinary things in the diary things which i thought prove my mental health for instance a good day read played volleyball and had a good time smoking with the brothers picked up a lot of insight in group favorite breakfast should amish angle two hundred push ups happy happy happy i found such release in writing that i started a diary of my own a real one a secret one which i recently glanced through noting that the quality of my penman ship was very shaky january xi nineteen five sick january thirteenth nineteen 75 sick managed to read from schopenhauer january fifteenth nineteen 75 borrowed some reading glasses and read sheron sickness unto death better in the evening constituted food here is awful there are bugs crawling on the wall and through the sawdust that is my brain my personality is breaking down i am having a nervous breakdown curiously i don't have the stink of schizophrenia.